With a month to go until the Financial Services Council’s (FSC) flagship conference and key event
for the financial services industry, the 2019 Towards Wellbeing programme launched today.
The 2019 Conference will be held on 11 and 12 September 2019 at the Pullman Hotel in
Auckland, and with under 30 sleeps to go, register today and read the media release.
Great content drives great conferences and this year the expected 500 attendees will hear from over 100 speakers across 35 sessions on the 11 and 12 September in Auckland.
Joining the list of previously announced speakers such as key political influencers Ministers Faafoi and Robertson and Opposition Finance Spokesperson Paul Goldsmith, are Young New Zealander of the Year Kendall Flutey and the New Zealander of the Year Mike King, together with local and international experts from across the sector.
Rob Flannagan, Chair of the FSC, said “With so many changes facing the industry both nationally and globally, it’s really important that this conference brings the industry together to learn from each other, to challenge ourselves and to discuss how the sector can improve consumer outcomes.”
Richard Klipin, CEO of the FSC, said “wellbeing is at the top of New Zealand’s mind and this conference will explore different elements of wellbeing and what it means to attendees, their colleagues and their customers.
“We’re delighted to have such a line-up of fantastic speakers and to see the event grow, and this year is no exception with more expert speakers and quality content for each of the sessions.
“This event is about learning from others and debating the big issues of the day, driving professional development in the industry and connecting with colleagues both within the sector and across the wider NZ community.” concluded Klipin.
The 2019 Conference will be held on 11 and 12 September 2019 at the Pullman Hotel in Auckland, and with under 30 sleeps to go, register today.